In a mixture jar take peas and green chili. Grind them to a smooth paste.
Remove the paste in the bowl.
In a mixing bowl or flat deep plate add the prepares peas paste, chopped fenugreek leaves, chopped mint leaves, chopped coriander, chopped garlic chives , 1 tbsp oil, and ginger garlic paste. (If you do not have ginger garlic paste then add 4 garlic cloves and 1/2 inch ginger to the peas in the grinder in the above paste and grind).
Mix them well with hands.
Now add wheat flour, chick pea flour, sorghum flour, salt, sesame seeds, carom seeds, kalonji, chat masala, sour cream . Mix well with finger tips.
Now apply gentle pressure and knead into a semi soft dough. Put remaining oil.
Knead and smooth the dough. Cover and keep aside for 20 minutes.
Now knead the dough again and divide into equal portions. Take one portion and roll into a ball. Flatten the ball on a rolling board and dust with flour.
With the help of a rolling pin roll the dough into a 15 cm circle with 2 mm thickness.
Lift the rolled circle and put it on the heated flat pan on medium heat.
After half minute bubbles will start to form.
Now with the help of spatula flip the roti to another side. Apply 1/2 tsp of oil. Spread it evenly with spatula on the roti. Keep the heat on high now.
Flip the roti. Apply 1/2 tsp of oil and spread with spatula and press and cook on high heat.
Cook pressing and flipping on both sides till golden. The peas , methi, mint, coriander missi roti is ready.
Remove in a plate and serve with a dollop of butter on it. Similarly make roti with remaining dough.
Serve the peas, methi, mint, coriander, missi roti with the curry of your choice or yogurt or raita or soup. It is perfect to be packed into lunchbox along with chunda, pickle, ketchup or yogurt or good to enjoy with a cup of tea in breakfast or evening snack.